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International complementarities in the Internet : should local access prices be regulated?
(Discussion paper2002:9, Working paper, 2002-05)
The Internet can be seen as the convergence of different industries, such as telecommunication, software and media, into an international oligopoly offering complementary products. In most of these industries we have ...
Access pricing, quality degradation, and foreclosure in the Internet
(Discussion paper2001:3, Working paper, 2001-03)
Access to both a local and a global network is needed in order to get complete connection to the Internet. The purpose of this article is to examine the interplay between those two networks and how it affects the domestic ...
International complementarities in the internet : should domestic local access prices be regulated?
(Working Paper2001:33, Working paper, 2001-10)
The Internet can be seen as the convergence of different industries like telecommunication, software, and media into an international oligopoly, where the end-user is offered a bundle consisting of complementary products ...
Welfare effects of one-sided regulation when internationally traded complements are unregulated
(Working Paper2005:64, Working paper, 2005-10)
We consider the effects of a one-sided price regulation of one of two complementary inputs. The provider of the regulated component is a domestic firm, while the provider of the other component is a foreign firm. This ...
Strategic regulation policy in the internet
(Working Paper2004:31, Working paper, 2004-07)
Some countries are net importers while others are net exporters of global backbone access, content and other Internet services. At the same time, input components like local access are non-traded. This paper analyzes a ...
Competition between content distributors in two-sided markets
(Working paper;11/12, Working paper, 2012-05)
We analyze strategic interactions between two competing distributors of an independent TV channel. Consistent with most of the relevant markets, we assume that the distributors set end-user prices while the TV channel sets ...